JAMES UNDERCOFFER (1919-1993)

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First Name:
James
Middle Initial:
S
Last Name:
Undercoffer
Birth Date:
1919-05-27
Death Date:
1993-02-11
Last Residence ZIP:
46033 (Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana)
Birth Month:
05
Birth Day:
27
Birth Year:
1919
Death Month:
02
Death Day:
11
Death Year:
1993
SSN:
269-14-6763
State of SSN Issue:
Ohio

About James S Undercoffer

James S Undercoffer was born on Tuesday, May 27th, 1919 and died on Thursday, February 11th, 1993 at the age of 73. James is a member of the Undercoffer Family. JAMES 's last known place of residence was 46033 (Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana) .

About Social Security Death Index

The United States Social Security Death Index (SSDI) is often one of the main starting points for online free genealogy research. The SSDI is used by the Social Security Administration for coordinating benefits. The Social Security Act was signed in 1935, and the Social Security Board started building the infrastructure for distributing benefits. Registration began in 1936 and 30 million individuals were registered and cards distributed by 1937. These cards were distributed through employers, who had employees fill out the information, and then returned the cards to the government. The SSDI provides the names of over 70 million individuals whose deaths have been reported to the Social Security Administration. The information that you will find in the SSDI includes: an individual’s Social Security Number, birth date, death date, where the last benefit was sent, and the original application state. The SSDI can be a great starting point for your ancestry search.

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Source Citation: "Social Security Death Index" database online at Mocavo.com (Boulder, CO: 2013). Original Data: The United States Social Security Administration
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October 9th, 2013 @ 12:00 AM